Sure, its a several step process however.
Discover a place to call your own, or just take one over.
Generally, if you are wondering if you have discovered something, you can tell by all the people NOT there already. This is, of course, not universally true, but a decent indicator and certainly the best starting point.
Make sure you bring a bunch of incredibly brave smart people with you who can later be vilified by the left and have their honor questioned by a bunch of people 235 years later
Historical context is fun. It can excuse some pretty neat things like Jefferson and Washington owning slaves. I mean, slavery is wrong, but everyone was doing it (same reason I started smoking). I once heard it said that the reason we deify the Founding Fathers in America, and indeed the reason that all great revolutionaries are honored as such, is that the governments they give birth to inevitably want people to think that leading a revolution isn't something just anyone can do. It requires a superman.
who's idea of honor is taking the money everyone makes and having it disappear in a huge bureaucracy, then complaining that they don't have enough money to spend so they can increase your taxes again.
Yes, that is exactly the morally and rational framework for the modern social democracy as first described by the high priest Marx in his best seller, Sluts for Bureaucracy: A Cataloging of My Most Bizarre Fetish. It has nothing to do with a preoccupation with ensuring equality, or that unrestrained economic liberties will eventually encroach upon some, or the inherently cancerous nature of the free market which cannot help but bread oligarchy, or even just the simple notion that we can do better than the natural cycle of boom and bust. The entire rational fabric for a control economy is bureaucracy and higher taxes TO SPITE YOU PERSONALLY.
Move there, get fed up, throw a bunch of tea in a harbor somewhere.
Almost get your butt kicked, but later have several of those smart brave people kick it into second gear and get help from a country who later will wave white flags when being invaded, so you can help them get their freedom at that time.
I stand in awe of the mental gymnastics required to 1) acknowledge France's roll in the American Revolution, 2) credit the founding supermen with the that particular success, and 3) remind everyone that the French are cheese eating surrender monkeys who would be nothing without us, and all in a single sentence!
Run the English off your land and become the new land of the free. The US sure isn't any longer. A series of socialist president, a warmonger president, and a Marxist president have a tendency to do away with freedom.
I remember that period of socialist presidents, marked by a series of large and powerful business interests being nationalized by the US government ( who can forget Carters seizure of Exxon Mobile, or Clinton nationalizing Microsoft), and of course Bush is the warmonger, but even my prodigious facility in the realm of sarcasm cannot deign to describe Obama as a Marxist. Have you ever even read Marx? Marxists don't run for office, they start violent revolutions of the proletariat! I am NOT kidding, Marx's whole philosophy is that progress occurs only in the struggle of class against class.
Let me know when you are done, if its free the way the US use to be, I'll move there.
Free like America was when? in the 1700's when our nation was born under the compromise that black people are roughly 3/5ths as human as white people? In the early 1800's when it was nearly torn apart over whether or not it was wrong to own black people? In the later half of the 1800's, when the slaves where free but didn't dare cross Jim Crowe? Maybe it was in the 1900's, the 10's when America was divided up by massive corporations, the 20's when their hubris reigned supreme, the 30's when we embraced the New Deal welfare program, the 40's when we were at war, our glory days fighting in Europe, the 50's when the military industrial complex dictated foreign policy, or did you think we were genuinely afraid of the Soviets? Maybe we were free in the 60's during the race riots and the war protests, or maybe it wasn't until the 70's when marijuana was made illegal, Watergate made the news, and Nixon bombed Laos. Surely we were free in the 80's, with Reagan in the White House and the Contra in Iran and the fall of the Soviet Union. Maybe we were finally free then, although we were told to just say no and taught that the police were at their finest when they bent or broke the rules to capture degenerate criminals. I'm sure it couldn't have been during the 8 years Clinton was in office, and Obama is Bush: now in a sleeker, blacker model!
If you remember nothing else from my post remember that I said this: I once heard it said that the reason we deify the Founding Fathers in America is that the government they give birth to wants people to think that leading a revolution isn't something just anyone can do. Anyone can write the next Common Sense, invite delegates to a convention, draft a letter of complaints against the government, or pick up arms in defense of freedom. Jefferson owned slaves, but he also once said that the tree of liberty must be occasionally watered with the blood of patriots and tyrants alike. He also said we should hold the revolution again every 20 - 50 years. America has been called the Great Experiment. Don't let nationalists cloak themselves in the flag and pine for the glorious freedoms of yesteryear; it never was. When you accept that, you know the truth, but it isn't until you believe it can never be that way that the experiment is over.
So you say you want a revolution...?